Compensation and Benefits

Salary

PGY1 - $54,400
PGY2 - $56,500
PGY3 - $58,000
PGY4 - $59,800
PGY5 - $61,850

Insurance
  • Health insurance is available for resident and eligible dependents as per hospital policy. Includes a resident contribution and the following benefits: medical, prescription drug, dental, and vision care administered through an approved provider program.
  • Long-term disability insurance is payable to eligible employees according to hospital policy.
  • Life Insurance is provided for in the amount of one-time payment of the resident's annual salary.
  • Professional Liability Insurance is provided in the form of an occurrence policy for coverage of all residency-related critical activities.
Paid Time Off

PGY1 — 15 days
PGY2, PGY3, PGY4, PGY5 — 18 days

Academic Resources

Board review course for senior level residents and education allowance each year is provided with the approval of the program director. Residents are eligible for $1500 and 5 days of conference time per academic year.

Moving Expenses

A one-time moving allowance is available for eligible residents at an amount not to exceed $1,000. This is subject to IRS rules, original receipts required. Program Directors determine eligibility.

Meals

A $225 monthly food allowance in the hospital cafeteria is provided to each resident.

Other Resources
  • Free parking in attached, gated garage on the hospital campus
  • Electronic medical record system
  • Medical library, media resources, graphic arts, protective services, infection control, laboratory and radiologic services, messenger/transport services, risk management, counseling services, etc.
  • Furnished on-call quarters with appropriate amenities available to all residents
  • Child care, located within walking distance of the hospital, which provides flexible hours of service. Residents are eligible for an employee discount
  • Free fitness center membership located on the premises

Residents

2019-2020 Residents

PGY5     
Christopher Verdone, DO:  Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
Nikki McCarron, MD:  Ross University School of Medicine

PGY4     
Rachel Juchnowski, DO:  Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
Ryan Konik, MD:  Northeast Ohio Medical University
Dena Steiner, MD:  Northeast Ohio Medical University

PGY3     
Elaine Aldana, MD:  Case Western Reserve Medical School
Andrew Hotrum, MD:  University of Texas Southwestern Medical School 
Steven Neubauer, DO:  Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine

PGY2     
Nicholas Capal, DO:  Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Daniel DelloStritto, MD, PhD:  Northeast Ohio Medical University
Michael Dever, MD:  American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine

PGY1     
Natalie Garver, MD:  St. George’s University School of Medicine
Jane Han, MD:  Indiana University School of Medicine                
Abigail Kaercher, DO:  Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine